List of Alpha Omicron Pi chapters

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This is a list of chapters for Alpha Omicron Pi International sorority.[1]

Collegiate chapters[edit]

Date conventions[edit]

A single date shown means this is the year that chapter was founded. Where two dates are shown, hyphenated, for example "1983-1993", this indicates the active dates of a chapter that has been subsequently closed. Where three dates are shown, for example "1934-1969/ 1989", this means the chapter was active between 1934 to 1969, closed, but was then re-chartered in 1989, with a continuing active presence today. In the case of four dates, "1959-1981 / 1989-1996", the chapter began in 1959, closed in 1981, reopened in 1989 and closed again in 1996.

Except where otherwise noted, chapter names, schools and dates are from the international sorority's website.

Chapters by State[edit]

Alabama

Arizona

Arkansas

California

Connecticut

Colorado

Delaware

Florida

Georgia

Idaho

Illinois

Indiana

Iowa

Kansas

Kentucky

Louisiana

Maine

Maryland

Massachusetts

Michigan

Minnesota

Mississippi

Missouri

Montana

Nebraska

Nevada

New Jersey

New York

North Carolina

Ohio

Oklahoma

Oregon

Pennsylvania

Rhode Island

South Carolina

Tennessee

Texas

Utah

Virginia

Washington

West Virginia

Wisconsin

Alberta, Canada

British Columbia, Canada

Ontario, Canada

Quebec, Canada

Alumnae chapters[edit]

Alabama

  • Birmingham Alumnae
  • Huntsville Alumnae
  • Mobile Alumnae
  • Montgomery Alumnae
  • Tuscaloosa Alumnae

Arizona

  • Phoenix Alumnae
  • Tucson Alumnae

Arkansas

  • Jonesboro Alumnae
  • Little Rock Area Alumnae
  • Northeast Oklahoma/Northwest Arkansas Alumnae

California

  • East Bay Alumnae
  • Greater Los Angeles Alumnae
  • Greater Sacramento Valley Alumnae
  • Long Beach Alumnae
  • North Bay Alumnae
  • Northern Orange Co. Alumnae
  • Palo Alto Alumnae
  • San Diego Alumnae
  • San Fernando Valley Alumnae
  • San Gabriel Valley Alumnae
  • San Jose Alumnae
  • San Mateo Alumnae
  • Santa Barbara Alumnae
  • South Bay/Palos Verdes Alumnae
  • Southern Orange County Alumnae
  • Ventura County Alumnae

Colorado

  • Denver Alumnae
  • Rocky Mountain Alumnae

Connecticut

  • Central Connecticut Alumnae

Delaware

  • Delaware Alumnae

Florida

  • Fort Lauderdale Alumnae
  • Greater Lee County Alumnae
  • Greater Miami Alumnae
  • Greater Pensacola Alumnae
  • Greater Pinellas Alumnae
  • Orlando Area Alumnae
  • Palm Beach County Alumnae
  • Sarasota Area Alumnae
  • Tampa Bay Alumnae

Georgia

  • Athens Alumnae
  • Atlanta Alumnae
  • Middle Georgia Alumnae
  • Savannah Alumnae

Idaho

  • Pocatello Alumnae

Illinois

  • Bloomington-Normal Alumnae
  • Champaign-Urbana Alumnae
  • Chicago City Alumnae
  • Chicago North Shore Alumnae
  • Chicago NW Suburban Alumnae
  • Chicago South Suburban Alumnae
  • Chicago West Suburban Alumnae
  • DeKalb-Kane Alumnae
  • Lake County of Ill Alumnae

Indiana

  • Bloomington Alumnae
  • Evansville Tri-State Alumnae
  • Indianapolis Alumnae
  • Muncie Alumnae
  • Terre Haute Alumnae

Kansas

  • No Alumnae Chapters

Kentucky

  • Bowling Green Alumnae
  • Central Kentucky Bluegrass Alumnae
  • Kentuckiana Alumnae
  • Kentucky Lakes Alumnae
  • Lexington Alumnae
  • Northern Kentucky Alumnae

Louisiana

  • Acadiana Alumnae
  • Baton Rouge Alumnae
  • Hammond Area Alumnae
  • Monroe Alumnae
  • New Orleans Area Alumnae
  • Shreveport Area Alumnae

Maine

  • Greater Portland Alumnae

Maryland

  • Baltimore Alumnae
  • Suburban Maryland Alumnae

Massachusetts

  • Boston Alumnae

Michigan

  • Ann Arbor Alumnae
  • Dearborn Alumnae
  • Detroit N Suburban Alumnae
  • Grand Rapids Alumnae
  • Macomb County Alumnae

Minnesota

  • Minneapolis/St. Paul Alumnae

Mississippi

  • Greater Jackson Alumnae

Missouri

  • Greater Kansas City Alumnae
  • Mid Missouri Alumnae
  • St. Louis Alumnae

Montana

  • Bozeman Alumnae

Nebraska

  • Kearney Alumnae
  • Lincoln Alumnae
  • Omaha Alumnae

Nevada

  • Las Vegas Alumnae
  • Reno/Tahoe Alumnae

New Jersey

  • Central New Jersey Alumnae

New Mexico

  • Central New Mexico Alumnae

New York

  • Buffalo Alumnae
  • Long Island Alumnae
  • New York Capital Region Alumnae
  • New York City Area Alumnae
  • NY/NJ Metro Alumnae
  • Rochester Alumnae

North Carolina

  • Charlotte Alumnae
  • Greater Greenville Alumnae
  • North Carolina Foothills Alumnae
  • Piedmont, NC Alumnae
  • Triangle Alumnae
  • Southport Alumnae
  • Winston-Salem Alumnae

Ohio

  • Cincinnati Alumnae
  • Cleveland Area Alumnae
  • Cleveland West Alumnae
  • Columbus Alumnae
  • Dayton Alumnae
  • Toledo Area Alumnae

Oklahoma

  • Tulsa Alumnae
  • Oklahoma City Alumnae

Oregon

  • Portland Alumnae

Pennsylvania

  • Bucks County Alumnae
  • Greater Erie Alumnae
  • Greater Harrisburg Alumnae
  • Lehigh Valley Alumnae
  • Philadelphia Alumnae
  • State College Alumnae

South Carolina

  • Charleston Alumnae

Tennessee

  • Chattanooga Alumnae
  • Knoxville Alumnae
  • Memphis Area Alumnae
  • Nashville Area Alumnae

Texas

  • Austin Alumnae
  • Dallas Alumnae
  • Denton County Alumnae
  • El Paso Alumnae
  • Houston Alumnae
  • San Antonio Alumnae

Utah

  • Salt Lake City Alumnae

Virginia

  • Northern Virginia Alumnae
  • Richmond Area Alumnae
  • Virginia Tidewater Alumnae
  • Williamsburg Alumnae

Washington

  • Palouse Area Alumnae
  • Seattle Alumnae

Wisconsin

  • Madison Alumnae
  • Milwaukee Alumnae

References[edit]

  1. ^ Technically an international women's fraternity, the terms are used interchangeably in conversation. Alpha Omicron Pi was established prior to the coining of the term "sorority."
  2. ^ As reported on the ΑΟΠ website, accessed 20 Dec 2016.
  3. ^ a b c ΑΟΠ Facebook page, accessed 16 Nov 2016.
  4. ^ Sororities, labeled as "undemocratic" because of their selectivity on the campus, were banned from Stanford in 1944, according to news reports. School regents voted to rescind this policy in 1977, after passage of Title XI. As of 2016 there were 14 active sororities back on the campus, of which seven are NPC organizations.
  5. ^ Beta Sigma of ΑΟΠ's Instagram page, accessed 16 Nov 2016, showing the chapter as reinstalled 30 April, 2016.
  6. ^ a b Chartered at Parks College in Cahokia, IL, a school which was absorbed by St. Louis University and the chapter moved briefly to St. Louis, MO in 1996. It did not survive the disruption.
  7. ^ USA Today's News-Leader reports new sorority to join MSU campus in the fall of 2016, according to an article accessed 16 Nov 2016.
  8. ^ Columbia has seen a marked resurgence in Greek participation, now nearly 16% of the undergraduate population, according to this 2016 article, accessed 18 Nov 2016.
  9. ^ ΑΟΠ has held this group's charter "in trust" since December 2014. This means it is a suspended or closed chapter. However, apparently, a group continued to operate under the same name, which may have been/be a violation of trademark. CBS reports the arrest of seven members of this (former, now clandestine?) chapter, after noise complaints led to allegations of hazing in a report dated 11 Nov 2016. The University noted that the sorority was off campus, and was not recognized by the school.
  10. ^ The Facebook listing further notes that the date of reinstallation was 6 Nov, 2016.
  11. ^ Lambuth University closed in June 2011; The University of Memphis opened its Lambuth campus in August 2011.
  12. ^ As noted on Tau Mu of ΑΟΠ chapter website, accessed 16 Nov, 2016.